New Delhi: The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) con firmed on Sunday (July 18, 2021) that it would compensate of Rs 500,000 to relatives of those killed in the wall collapse incident in the Vikroli and Chembur areas of Mumbai . In addition, the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund (PMNRF) also declared that it will provide Rs 50,000 in financial assistance to those injured in the incident.
“The PMNRF will provide a bonus of 200,000 rupees per person to the close relatives of those killed by the collapse of the Mumbai wall. 50,000 rupees will be provided to the injured,” the PMO said in a tweet.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also expressed his grief at the loss of life caused by the collapse of the wall caused by heavy rains in Mumbai. “I am disheartened by the deceased of life caused by the collapse of the Chembur and Vikhroli walls in Mumbai. In this moment of pain, my heart goes out to the families who have lost loved ones. I pray that the injured recover soon.” . ”Read another tweet.
At the same time, ANI reported that due to a landslide on Sunday, the walls of some shanty towns in the Bharat Nagar district of Mumbai Chembur collapsed, killing at least 17 individuals. Officials from the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) revealed that rescue operations are underway for trapped people. The Mumbai Fire Brigade stated that more than 16 individuals were rescued from the remains of the collapse of the Chembur wall.
In another case that happened in Vikroli, five people die.
“The five corpses were rescued and 56 people were entombed in the construction fragments of the building in Mumbai.
Announced Orange Alert for Mumbai, some of the of the city was raining in the next 24 hours. Some parts of the city are informing Waterloggings. Rainwater entered in many houses in Mumbai.